Two Kashmiri girls with Army personnel held at Srinagar airport 

Ground Report | New Delhi: Kashmiri girls Army; Two Army personnel and two Kashmiri girls were held outside Srinagar airport on Saturday morning, News agency KDC reported.

They said that two local girls along with two army soldiers were caught by local shopkeepers at the Srinagar Airport market on Saturday morning. The Army soldiers are said to be from 2-RR Rashtriya Rifles and girls are said to be from The Singhpora Pattan.

All the caught persons were handed over to Police post-Humhama and investigations have been set into motion.

Sources confirmed the incident and said two girls along with two Army soldiers were caught by some shopkeepers on Saturday at rented rooms outside Srinagar Airport falling in the jurisdiction of police post-Humhama Budgam. “All are in police custody and investigation into the matter is going on,” he added.

Similarly in 2020, An army soldier stationed in the Bandipora district of Jammu and Kashmir was arrested along with two “underage” girls at Srinagar airport. The trio were on their way to Delhi.

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A Rashtriya Rifles of the Army soldier en route to New Delhi along with two girls who are reported to be minors was arrested at the Srinagar airport here, officials said.

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  1. *2 Army Soldiers Didn’t Know Local Girls: Police On Humhama Incident*

    Srinagar, March 19 (GNS): Police on Saturday issued statement regarding an incident at a local restaurant near Humhama Budgam.

    “Today in the morning two (army) jawans on their way towards airport stopped at a local restaurant near Humhama for tea.

    Two local ladies were already having their food at the spot,” a police spokesperson said in a statement to GNS, adding, “Some miscreants tried to create scene there which attracted attention of some of the locals.”

    He said Police reached the spot and intervened. “During preliminary investigation it was found that the jawans and the girls were not together and also not known to each other,” he said, adding, “Later the ladies were handed over to their parents.” (GNS)

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